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Gentamicin sulfate ointment 0.1%

## This was perscribed for pink eye. Instill 1 or 2 drops into affected eye 3 times daily until clear. ## This is an antibiotic that can be used in various forms to treat infections. When administered optically, the FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including redness, burning, irritation, and tearing. T. Warwick, how are you doing, now? Has there been any change?

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gentamicin betamethasone clotrimazole cream

gentamicina sulfato BP 1.0 mg betametasona dipropionato BP 0.50 mg clotrimazol BP 10 mg ## Gentamicin is a topical antibiotic. Betamethasone is a glucocorticoid steroid. Clotrimazole is an antifungal medication. Do you have any questions I can help you with? ## What is used for ## WHICH OINTMENT SELLS MOST ## Can i use this for groin area (jock itch etc) ## i have an infected cyst would it help it ## My husband has a rash and it's swollen with redness on the tip and side of his genitals. Would this help him? ## Can I USE BETAMETHASONE GENTAMICIN CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM FOR VAGINAL IRRITATIONS AND ITCHINESS? ## Can I use this for a hand absecc ## Can I use clotrimazole in colon ( proctoscopy) as for medicine ## I have had a dermatitis in the groin, also in the testicular sac. I tried with...

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Gentamicin cream vaginally?

Can I used this for vaginal itch? I had urinary tract infection, but what can I use for the the itchiness? ## Hello, Georgia! How are you? No, you should not use anything on your vaginal area that has not been specifically made for that type of use, doing so could make things even worse, according to the NIH. As to the urinary tract disease, do you mean you had a urinary tract infection? Did you have to take an antibiotic to treat it? If so, then you may have developed a yeast infection, it can be a side effect of some antibiotics according to the FDA, which could explain the vaginal itching, and if that is what has happened, you'll need to take an antifungal medication to treat it. Have you consulted your doctor?

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dermi 5

I want to know the use of dermi 5 pls can someone tell. Thanks ## What is composition of dermi 5 ## Wht is dermi 5 cream used for... ## Composition of Dermi 5+ by Univ. Twin Labs: Clobisol Propionate IP 0.05% w/w Gentamicin Sulphate IP equivalent to Gentamicin Tolnaftate IP 0.10% w/w Iodochlorhydroxyquinoline IP 1.00% w/w Ketoconazole IP 2.00% w/w in a cream base q.s.

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betametasona clotrimazol gentamicina yeast infections

can I used this medication for a yeast infextion? I don't have any symptoms on the inside \, just curious? ## Hello, Sadie! How are you? No, the Gentamicin is an antibiotic that can actually cause them or worsen an existing one. To treat a yeast infection, you need an antifungal medication. What types of symptoms are you having?

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Gentamicin Iv

hello i am having a lot of difficulties after being in the hospital for cellulitis was put on gentamicin 3 days after i have ringing in ear now i am completly deaf anyone with similar symptom my body feel like thre are ants all over and feel just terrible ## Should always mention the you age/sex and what kind of cellulitis . High dose drugs often weakens our body. Proper diet , vitamins and supplements can help you . Report to your family physician for it who will help you to get back to health. ## It is in a black box warning for Gentamicin that it may cause Ototoxicity in some people and that it is usually irreversible. Have you contacted your doctor?

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